BELOW ARE COURTESY POSTINGS FOR INDIVIDUALS LOOKING TO RE-HOME CATS
**They have no affiliation with Heavenly Paws Animal Shelter and you must to contact them directly. You will need to discuss the cat’s leukemia, spay/neuter and vaccine status with the person in the ad. Heavenly Paws’ volunteers have no contact with these cats**
9.3.18 We have two female cats. They are sisters they share a litter box the one is all white and the other one is an orange tabby. They are two years old and both are fixed but not declawed. We hate to give them away but we cannot keep them. They are free and you can have the litter box and toys. We would love for them to go home together because they grew up together and they don’t get along with other pets. Contact Travis at 7174348583 or Diane at 7177936495 thank you.
9.3.18 Pumpkin (male kitten)
Domestic short hair—York, PA
Age: approx. 6 months, medium
Color: orange and white
Health: neutered, rabies shot (York SPCA vet paperwork)
Pumpkin is a playful, intelligent boy. Part of a litter of 4 dumped outside. He is good with other cats. He will eat wet food from a teaspoon and is also happy to get kibble.
Pumpkin is high energy but likes to curl up in a box as well, will share with sibling. He can be vocal at times. No doubt he will sing in a carrier.
To adopt Pumpkin, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
9.3.18 Penelope (female young cat)
Domestic short hair—York, PA
Age: young adult, approx. 1 year + small
Color: silver tabby with brindle/orange coat
Health: spayed, rabies shot (York SPCA vet paperwork)
Penelope was a kitten dumped outside along with her brother and had to grow up fast. She is a wary but will come to the distinctive sound of the opening of a can of wet food and is warming up fairly quickly. Penelope was a teen mom who had a litter of 2 younger tabby kittens. She had a second litter of 4, red/white, black/white, and 2 mixed orange and brindle. She is a good mom; all 6 kittens are playful bundles of feline fun. She was very stoic about her trip to the SPCA. Penelope is a good hunter and could be a pet cat with a little attention or a barn cat.
Consider adopting Penelope. She does not deserve a death sentence due to dumping and irresponsibility. Contact email@example.com
11.13.18 Wyatt and Midnight
This pretty boy is estimated to be 8 years old. He is neutered and has had his vaccinations. He is great with his litter box. He is staying in a house with cats and kittens. He doesn’t join in their fun, but loves to sit and watch them. He would love a friend but would also be okay with just having someone to love him. He loves to sit on your lap or next to you and cuddle. His ears were a mess when he was found. The vet feels they are bent from him scratching them. They are now fine, but may stay like this.
This pretty boy is estimated to be 8-10 years old and is neutered. His name is Owen and he was brought in from a colony because he is so sweet. He is living with cats and kittens and is fine with them. He likes to play and be petted. He is a good eater and is good with his litter box.
2.25.19 Anastasia, Star, Mac, Huda
Up-to-Date on Vaccinations?: No
How Can Potential Adopters Can Reach You?: 7173094655 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Details About the Cat: I would like to ask if anyone would be able to find a home for a barn cat who really needs to be a lap cat.
His name is Tommy. He was born in (probably) March 2016. He is a large gray/blue & white DSH with green eyes. And he is super loving. He lives at my deceased mother’s farm. We are auctioning the farm in March.
We gave him a trial run on the farm’s enclosed porch and he did well with the litter box.
We tried taking him home with us and our 2 dogs and 2 cats. I didn’t think he would have had an issue bc he knows all of the animals. He used the litter box but also started spraying. Otherwise, he tolerated the move well.
He is a sweet boy who just wants a lap.
Up-to-Date on Vaccinations?: Yes
How Can Potential Adopters Can Reach You?: Jennifer 17176508457
Details About the Cat: Bo is an 8 year old black cat who was my fathers cat. When my dad passes away, I took Bo and his sister. Since then, we have moved and adopted a dog. Bo “acts out” when he doesn’t get attention. He is on Prozac for anxiety and unfortunately will poop outside the litter box when he’s mad about lack of affection. He would be best as an only animal who gets tons of affection. As a note, he was great until we moved and added our dog. While it breaks my heart, I feel he would be better off with someone who can give him the attention he is needing.
Wicket is almost 1 year old and as sweet as can be. His Mommy and siblings have already found homes, but poor Wicket is still looking. Wicket is not neutered or up-to-date on vaccinations.
Please contact Michaela Hart via text or call at 717-271-4122 to get more information about Wicket.
This friendly boy found his way to a safe home until he can find his forever home. Please Contact Diane Harden to find out more information: 717-215-7115
Unfortunately due to some personal issues, we can no longer keep them. This choice did not come easy, however, it is in the best interest for both cats. Ideally they should be together as they have been together since they were kittens. But not required.